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Top Medical Research Centers Form Velos Advisory Group for Service-Oriented Architecture
Date:6/4/2009

- Objectives Include Interoperability, Collaboration, Clinical Research Advancement -

SAN FRANCISCO, June 4 /PRNewswire/ -- The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center, one of the nation's leading centers for cancer care and research, has been instrumental in establishing a Velos Advisory Group for Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA). Five other leading academic medical centers and research institutions have helped to form this group. These include Columbia University, Duke University, University of Kansas, University of Miami and UT Southwestern Medical Center. The Advisory Group will collaborate with Velos to create an SOA layer for the Velos eResearch clinical trial management system deployed at each of their respective institutions.

"At M. D. Anderson, we concluded early in this process that interoperability of Velos with a variety of legacy institutional applications, as well as National Cancer Institute (NCI) applications and resources, was a critical success factor for our research informatics initiatives," stated Roy B. Jones, Ph.D. M.D., Professor of Medicine, Chair, Clinical Research Computing Committee, M. D. Anderson Cancer Center. "For some time, we have pushed for the implementation of SOA as the preferred way of accomplishing this goal."

Dr. Jones led efforts to form the Advisory Group, conferring with other members who are at various stages of implementing Velos eResearch to support clinical trials management. Each member has demonstrated a significant interest in a service-oriented approach to the Velos implementation. It is intended that each institution's objectives be harmonized with those of Velos and with data standards such as those in the NCI's caDSR. This will help all members achieve the goal of interoperability.

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